Every fall, I try to make butternut squash soup.
I always have an absurd amount of squash from my CSA box and squash soup always sounds like a good idea on a cold fall day.
But it always disappoints (you should see my husband's face when he sees is simmering on the stove).
A few weeks ago, we had the most delicious pumpkin soup with chorizo and sherry at Lula Cafe. Amazing. The flavor. The texture. So good.
I think that I loosely follow Ina Garten's take on butternut squash soup. But the flavor always ends up being flat -- too squashy. And I can never achieve a smooth, thin consistency so it looks a little bit too much like the pureed squash I feed my babies.
So I thought that I would ask you. Anybody have an amazing squash/pumpkin soup recipe for me?